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    Critical error

    When i try to connect on a server with anti tcc 1.15 i get a critical error (the error messege is sometimes difirent) this is 1 of them:

    Function AntiTCC115aLite.AntiTCCSecurity.BinarySearch: Serial size mismatch: Got 226, Expected 227

    UT2004 Build UT2004_Patch_[2004-05-10_17.18]

    OS: Windows XP 5.1 (Build: 2600)
    CPU: AuthenticAMD PentiumPro-class processor @ 1838 MHz with 511MB RAM
    Video: RADEON 9600 SERIES (6396)

    General protection fault!

    History: UObject: taticAllocateObject <- (Package None) <- UObject::CreatePackage <- CreateUsesPackage <- PackageName=() Text=(GUID=B46E=XG14448C4DC3CC280A3EE8B85E1 PK') <- UNetPendin

    In this case its a gpf, but i've seen all... overheating error, bad exort index and so on...

    But when i try to connect to a server with anti tcc 1.14 i have no problem... its very strange...

    I've reinstalled ut2k4 (6 times or so) on a different directory. i've checked for virrusses, i've downloaded anti tcc 1.15 and installed it (still doenst work).

    Plz help me i'm out of idea's :cry:

    #2
    Sorry dunno, but to help you anyway..

    -BUMP!-

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      #3
      yeah, we really dont give a $hit. -BUMP-

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        #4
        Could be a software problem....Tho i know many folks gettin gpf's....Might wanna try the trob and tech support

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          #5
          You could try deleting the contents of your cache then find all antitcc files on your hd then delete them or move them to a folder somewhere. You'll download them again if you need them anyway.
          This might not be the cause of the problem but it's a start.

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            #6
            Originally posted by darkonrt
            Could be a software problem....Tho i know many folks gettin gpf's....Might wanna try the trob and tech support
            Yeah i agree, it is proably a software error.

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              #7
              Get in touch with wormbo, either through #unrealadmin or post in his release thread.

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